Wayne Wheeler

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Wayne Wheeler was the most prominent leader of the Anti-Saloon League, and directly credited with the effort to create the Eighteenth Amendment.[1]


  • "The government is under no obligation to furnish the people with alcohol that is drinkable, when the Constitution prohibits it. The person who drinks this alcohol is a deliberate suicide."[2]


  1. Wayne B. Wheeler: The Man Who Turned Off the Taps, Smithsonian Institution
  2. Last Call: The Rise and Fall of Prohibition